- The main authors of the SFL were:
Pieter Hintjens <email@example.com>,
Pascal Antonnaux <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
Jonathan Schultz <email@example.com>, and
Ewen McNeill <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Scott Beasley <jscottb@InfoAve.Com>
- Many dozens of people helped make the SFL a great library, and
we've stopped trying to list them all. You know who you are, and
we thank you.
- The xstrcat() function was based on a snippet from Dr Dobb's
Journal, Nov 1992, p. 155.
- The strhash() function was based on an article in Dr Dobb's
Journal, Apr 1996, p. 26. The original algorithm was by Peter
- The strmatch() function was based on an algorithm by Leif
- The LZ compression functions were based on work by Kurt Haenen
- The symbol table functions were based on code provided with
MKS Lex and Yacc for MS-DOS.
- The socket i/o functions were originally based on the book
"Internetworking With TCP/IP Volume III: Client-Server Programming
And Applications BSD Socket Version" by Douglas E. Comer and David
L. Stevens, published 1993 by Prentice-Hall Inc. ISBN
- The encryption functions were based on the cryptosystem
library by Andrew Brown <email@example.com>.
- The date_to_days() and days_to_date() functions were based on
work by Robert G. Tantzen (Collected Algorithms of The CACM number
199), translated into C by Nat Howard.
- The memfind() function was based on work by R. Boyer and S.
Moore, CACM 20 762-72, with improvements by R. N. Horspool, A.
Hume, and D. M. Sunday.
- The point-in-shape functions were based on code in the NCSA
- The MIME encoding/decoding functions were based on RFC 1123
and RFC 1521.
- The UNIX 'c' script contains code taken from the libwww
If you want beginners C material to cushion the learning curve,
you might want to try an informative text, "Pointers on C" by Kenneth
A. Reek, ISBN# 0-673-99986-6.
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